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Homework Statement:
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Relevant Equations:
 Q=CV, Kirchoff's voltage law
In my opinion, the voltage across the C1 should be 9V as the potential on the side of the positive plate of the capacitor should be (156)V and on the other be 0V.
Similarly the potential across C2 should be (70)V.
Here I'm basically assuming that the voltage at the negative terminals of the cells to be zero, which is the point I'm mistaking probably. The answer to the question is
Please tell how to approach this question. Any help will be deeply appreciated.
Similarly the potential across C2 should be (70)V.
Here I'm basically assuming that the voltage at the negative terminals of the cells to be zero, which is the point I'm mistaking probably. The answer to the question is
Please tell how to approach this question. Any help will be deeply appreciated.
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